Mary Lee Brady, Ph.D.

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sullivan Generations of African heritage in the United States originated with the colonist by that surname, and as might be expected offspring occurred via both Black and White females during the centuries and decades prior to emancipation from slavery.  And, more than likely all research roads about slave origins lead back to slave breeding Virginia from distant locations like South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. 

http://pages.prodigy.net/dan_sullivan/main/nansemon.htm

http://pages.prodigy.net/dan_sullivan/main/tim.htm

http://pages.prodigy.net/dan_sullivan/main/noneck.htm

http://pages.prodigy.net/dan_sullivan/main/hugh.htm

Household:
 
 Name RelationMarital StatusGenderRaceAgeBirthplaceOccupationFather's BirthplaceMother's Birthplace
 Sam PRIESTER  Self  M  Male  B  40  AL  Farmer  AL  AL 
 Jane PRIESTER  Wife  M  Female  B  30  AL  Keeping House  AL  AL 
 Tom PRIESTER  SSon  S  Male  B  13  AL  Farm Laborer  AL  AL 
 Jack PRIESTER  Son  S  Male  B  11  AL  Farm Laborer  AL  AL 
 Sarah PRIESTER  Dau  S  Female  B  10  AL  Farm Laborer  AL  AL 
 Frank PRIESTER  Son  S  Male  B  8  AL  Farm Laborer  AL  AL 
 Jonas PRIESTER  Son  S  Male  B  6  AL    AL  AL 
 Jenney PRIESTER  Dau  S  Female  B  4  AL    AL  AL 
 Simi PRIESTER  Son  S  Male  B  2  AL    AL  AL 

Source Information:
 
 Census PlaceBeat 4, Choctaw, Alabama
 Family History Library Film  1254007
 NA Film Number  T9-0007
 Page Number  248C      

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Wade_Sullivan

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